8 edition of Citadel in the wilderness found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Series||The Fesler-Lampert Minnesota heritage book series|
|LC Classifications||F614.F7 J6 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2001023474|
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Citadel in the Wilderness: The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier Paperback – May 1, by Evan Jones (Author) › Visit Amazon's Evan Jones Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: 2.
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Citadel in the Wilderness: The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier by Evan Jones | Editorial Reviews. Paperback (Reprint) This book unfolds a forty-year struggle in the wilderness. New York Times Book Review.
The author offers here a rollicking tale of high adventure and low shenanigans in and around Fort : Citadel in the Wilderness The Story of Fort Snelling and the Northwest Frontier. • Author: Evan Jones The lively history of this frontier fort.
In Colonel Josiah Snelling erected a stone fortress at the point where the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers merged, on territory secured by Lieutenant Zebulon Pike in a treaty with the Sioux.
Citadel in the wilderness the story of Fort Snelling and the Old Northwest frontier. This edition published in by Coward-McCann Citadel in the wilderness book New by: 2. This carefully researched and, for the most part, pleasantly written history of Fort Snelling on the St.
Peter River, now the site of St. Paul, is actually many histories. Fort Snelling was the focal point of the fur trade rivalries between American and British companies; it was also a gathering place for many of the area's Indian tribes, and a main stop for travellers from the East.
Buy a cheap copy of Citadel in the Wilderness: The Story of book by Evan Jones. History/Regional The classic history of this frontier fort, now back in print.
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[Evan Jones] -- Describes the history of Fort Snelling, its effect on the Native Americans of the region, and its role in the westward movement. Citadel in the Wilderness: The Story of Fort Snelling and the Old Northwest Frontier.
Author: Jones, Evan. Additional Authors: Publication Date: Publisher: Coward-McCann Inc. Publication Location: New York, NY. New York. This book explores the history of Fort Snelling and the major individuals and events associated with it, drawing on. Citadel in the wilderness by Jones, Evan; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life, History; Places: Fort Snelling (Minn.), Minnesota.
Get this from a library. Citadel in the wilderness; the story of Fort Snelling and the Old Northwest frontier. [Evan Jones] -- Recounts the Minnesota Fort's role in shaping the lives of westerners between and and Lawrence Taliaferro's efforts to stop the fur-traders' exploitation of the Indians.
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He died on January 6, /5(6). Evan Jones (–) was born in Le Sueur, Minnesota. A writer of American history and cookbooks, he is the author of The Citadel in the Wilderness (also published in paperback by University of Minnesota Press), Trappers and Mountain Men, Epicurean Delight: The Life and Times of James Beard, and The L.
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